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I’m happy to share some exciting updates with you, as we round our Fall/Winter season at The Natatorium!

Facility hours That Natatorium will switch to Winter hours November 1-April 30.  On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday during the winter, the building will remain open until 10:00pm.  Please note the pool hours remain the same (8:45pm closing).   Summer hours will resume May 1, 2023.

Pickleball is growing!  During the gym resurfacing project, two more pickleball courts will be striped on the east side.  The pickleball schedule will expand till noon on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. We will also be adding additional playing time Sunday evenings!  Interested in learning pickleball?  A beginner’s clinic will be offered in November!  Visit for details and court schedules. 

Let’s welcome our new restaurant vendor – Sandy Bottom Bowls, coming this November! Members can grab a tasty Acai smoothie bowl, wrap, and more when you visit The Nat.  

Weekday Pool safety breaks are in place.  Monday-Friday, the lap pool will be closed 12:00-12:40pm and the Leisure Pool/Current Channel will be closed 2:00-2:40pm.

Finally, stay tuned for our Holiday basketball camp, Swim with Santa, and other winter programs and promotions!    Thank you for choosing The Natatorium!

Kind Regards,

Lori Visner, Director

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